LempsTalkinPack: State of the Pack, Part Two: WRs/TEs/OL

Chris Lempesis is back with part two of his four-part “State of the Packers” series. In this edition, he’s looking at Green Bay’s wide receivers, tight ends and offensive linemen. Who should the Pack chase in free agency at WR? Should they sign TE Austin Hooper? What should they do with RT Bryan Bulaga? All […]

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What does the Packers’ starting offensive line look like in 2020?

The Green Bay Packers’ offensive line has some unique quirks among NFL teams. We see Aaron Rodgers sacked more frequently when we’d like, particularly on third down. But when one looks at the individual battles and context, this has more to do with Rodgers than the line. Rodgers tends to hold the ball for long […]

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Packer offensive line much improved with Elgton Jenkins

The Packers offensive line has been up to the task every week. They have been protecting Aaron Rodgers like crazy and opening holes for the running attack. They even replaced left guard Lane Taylor with rookie Elgton Jenkins, and the offensive line hasn’t lost a beat. Jenkins has stepped in and not only held his […]

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2019 is David Bakhtiari’s year in the spotlight

The NBA’s wild free agency has Los Angeles in the spotlight after Kawhi Leonard chose the Clippers over the Lakers, sparking an in-city showdown. Yet while the Golden State has sizzle, it’s the Badger State that has the steak. Wisconsin has the reigning MLB and NBA MVPs in Christian Yelich and Giannis Antetokounmpo. While the […]

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BREAKING: Green Bay Packers select Elgton Jenkins, G, Mississippi State in Round 2

Analysis: After taking heavy looks at offensive lineman with their draft visits, the Green Bay Packers made their move in Round 2 with the versatile Elgton Jenkins at pick 44. Despite a strong run on offensive lineman early in the round, the Packers walk away with one of the top interior linemen in this class. […]

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Cole Madison and the Impact of His Return

When the Green Bay Packers selected Cole Madison with their 5th round pick in 2018, he was seen by some (I said some, not all) as a plug and play at right guard. Madison was a relentless bully that was much needed on the offensive line after the departures of Josh Sitton and TJ Lang […]

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